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Learn how anybody can get professional quality results with even an entry level set up. Learn about the limitations of modern cameras and how to work around them. Take advantage of what sets DSLRs apart from other cameras. This day focuses on image quality but also covers lenses and differing camera bodies.
Your Teacher, Mark Barton holds a first class honours degree in Wildlife Photography from Blackpool & the Fylde College. He has been a contributor at Getty Images and has also had photo features published on the BBC Wildlife website. He is well versed many different kinds of photography from close-ups and landscapes to long lens telephoto work.
The images below are a sample of Mark's work.
Date: 22nd June 2013
Price: £50 per person
Location: Leigh Woods, Bristol, BS8 3PZ. The meeting place will be at the North Road entrance to Leigh Woods.
Booking is essential please book on line via our website (http://tinyurl.com/cd9juaw) or call 0844 2491895
For more information contact Victoria Stanfield on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0117 973 1645
Date: Saturday, June 22, 2013
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